Recipe for Success – Michigan Medicine Headlines

Approximately 5 minutes to read Main sockets: The idea of ​​improving engagement may be overwhelming, however, combining elements of teamwork, respect, honest appreciation, and appreciation will lead the way to a happier, more engaged team. The Pediatric Specialty Liaison Center and the Acute Dialysis Unit shared their efforts to improve participation. Their work may inspire … Read more

A new group was created to increase representation and belonging to the Latino community

Columbia University’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons created the VP&S Latino Society, a group dedicated to promoting the development, presence, and belonging of the Latino community in the College of Medicine. VP&S faculty, department chairs, departmental diversity leaders, students from the Black & Latino Student Organization, the Latino Medical Student Association, and high school … Read more

Adventist pastor in Jamaica gets a medical degree

Not satisfied with serving only in the Seventh-day Adventist Church by preaching, teaching, and mentoring in his native Jamaica, Kemar Douglas recently completed a medical degree. After four years of study, Douglas is now a medical intern at May Pen Hospital, having graduated from the Caribbean School of Medical Sciences in Kingston, Jamaica, on October … Read more

Salona Global is executing a binding agreement to acquire the physical medicine assets of Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Salona Global Medical Device Corporation (“Salona worldwide“,”SGMD“or the”a company(TSXV: SGMD) has executed the final asset purchase agreement (“Origin Buy an agreement“) for the origins of natural medicine (“acquired assetsBiodex Medical Systems, Inc. (“biodexAs part of the acquisition, upon closing, the parties will execute a two-year manufacturing agreement … Read more

The USF Morsani College of Medicine thrives through its Water Street location and Tampa General Partnership

The upcoming class of 2021 at the University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine was the highest achiever in college history. They had the highest average score of any semester on the Medical College Admissions Test and the highest grade point average, 3.89. The 2022 students, who begin classes in July, are another impressive … Read more

JFK’s nephew is linked to Harvard and MIT scientists for longevity at skincare brand Aramour

After speaking at a conference in 2018, philanthropist and entrepreneur Stephen Kennedy Smith — nephew of President John F. Kennedy — contacted Harvard Medical School professor and dermatologist, Dr. Sarina B. Brand. She was skeptical at first. “I am not only skeptical, but dismissive,” she said. With the research focusing on sensory neurological disorders in … Read more

Cuba’s informal market is finding new space on the growing internet

Havana – In our Telegram group chat, messages roll like waves. “I need ibuprofen and liquid acetaminophen, please,” one user wrote. “It’s urgent, it’s for my 10-month-old.” Others offer medicines brought in from outside Cuba, adding, “Write to me in a direct letter.” Lists dotted with emojis offer antibiotics, pregnancy tests, vitamins, rash creams, and … Read more

The son of ABQ, a Vice Admiral of the Navy was in the Pentagon during the September 11 attacks

Former US Navy Vice Admiral John Matczon (Courtesy of the Matczon family) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Magazine US Navy Vice Admiral John Matikzon was at the Pentagon when he was attacked by terrorists who flew a jet into the building on September 11, 2001. A doctor specializing in psychiatry, Matikzon immediately began tending to the … Read more